Lyssa Chapman showed support for her father in a sweet Instagram post despite the drama she created surrounding her dad's love life. She also just helped send a fellow bounty hunter to jail.
The 32-year-old, who is a stepdaughter to the late Beth Chapman, is a bounty like her dad and several other family members. Her post is found below.
Lyssa shared the post seemingly in anticipation of father Duane "The Dog" Chapman's new season for his show, "Dog's Most Wanted." She'll star alongside him and others on the reality series.
The photo showed her, her daughter, and Duane outside during an event. Duane wore a button-down shirt left open at the top and a pair of sunglasses. His blonde hair was let loose.
His daughter had on a blouse and cap and her arm rested on her daughter's chest, who stood smiling at the camera. The little girl wore a summery scarf and a sleeveless shirt.
In the caption, Lyssa wrote: " We love you [Duane Chapman], you'll always be our hero, and we'll always be your biggest fans. So lucky we get to call you Dad and Grandpa."
She then included a reference to the show. Half-sister Bonnie Chapman commented, "My papa is fine, talked to him this morning." Lyssa responded back, ending with, "Love you baby sis.'
The supportive post follows a recent rant Lyssa made on Twitter as she claimed that her father had already gotten involved with a new romantic partner seven months after losing his beloved wife.
Lyssa seemed most upset by the fact that Duane's alleged new lady, Moon, used to be Beth's assistance and that she had previously dated one of her brothers.
According to Lyssa, the woman was getting cozy with Duane and had even removed Beth's clothes from her closet to make space for her own. She included the hashtag, "It's not when or why it's who."
Lyssa followed up the rant earlier this week by helping the police catch and arrest Duane's former co-star, Justin Bihag in Edgewater, Colorado. He was in violation of a substance protective order.
When police reportedly arrived at Beihag's residence, he was using the drugs he'd been prohibited from. Lyssa learned of his actions through a third party before she decided to call the cops.
Many people applauded Lyssa and defended her for doing what she did. On Monday, she shared a satisfactory post about getting justice. A premiere date has not yet been announced for "Dog's Most Wanted."